English version

on an even keel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon an even keelon an even keelCHANGE/BECOME DIFFERENTsteady, without any sudden changeskeep something/get something back on an even keel Now that the crisis is over, we must try to get things back on an even keel. keel
Examples from the Corpus
on an even keelThen maybe they are on an even keel.I was supposed to be a caretaker, charged with setting the branch back on an even keel.In Chapter 11, companies' management usually remains in place while the company tries to get back on an even keel.Confusion seems to reign in many areas of your life at present, so try to get on an even keel.These two kept her on an even keel.So when we got up here, I was really enjoying sort of keeping things on an even keel at home.That Nigel was on an even keel again was a double comfort.
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